Two hundred years ago, when a young Henry Potter began selling natural products in Farringdon Street, London, he could not have imagined how many families would depend on the Potter’s range two centuries later. Today, his passion lives on and Potter’s products are crafted using 200 years of extensive knowledge and expertise of herbs and plants to produce products from one, or usually a blend, of plants carefully selected to promote natural wellbeing for the family. Potter’s Herbals – providing natural family care since 1812.
Rosemary contains many active constituents including plant flavonoids. It is often used in infusions, tinctures and as an essential oil.
Wintergreen is a small bell-shaped shrub with round leathery leaves, aromatic when crushed and turning reddish in winter.
Comfrey contains allantoin, a substance used on skin. It also contains other substances such as rosmarinic acid, and tannins which help keep skin in good condition.
Vitamin C, also known as ascorbic acid, has several important functions and contributes to normal collagen formation for the normal function of bones and the normal function of cartilage.
Black pepper (Piper nigrum) is a flowering vine of the family Piperaceae and is native to south India.
Lavender oil has many benefits for skin care applied topically to the skin.
The Curcuma Longa plant originally habitats from Southern Asia and cultivates in other tropical countries.
Native to Australia, the eucalyptus is a giant green evergreen tree, usually 30-100m tall with a smooth grey blue trunk.
Bergamot is an aromatic plant that is usually thought of as a tea herb.
Thyme is an aromatic herb; its leaves and flower stalks contain flavonoids.
Also known as black mint, this aromatic herb is widely cultivated, particularly in Europe and America.